New Episode is available now – Best Albums of 2022

Tim, Joe, and Eric take a look back on the best albums of 2022. There were a really good number of albums from 2022 that garnered discussion. Far more than can be listed in this summary! However, some of the favorites from the year include “Impera” by Ghost, “Sunrise on Slaughter Beach” by Clutch, “Of Kingdom and Crown” by Machine Head, “The End, So Far” by Slipknot, and “Synchro Anarchy” by Voivod. 


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